The Truth about Termites
A concern in 49
out of 50 states.
There are about 2000 known species of termites throughout the world. In the U.S., Subterranean Termites,
including Eastern, Western, Desert and Formosans, which build underground nests, are a concern in every state except Alaska.
Subterranean termites are extremely destructive, because they tunnel their way to wooden structures (like your home), into
which they burrow to obtain food. Termites all share a virtually insatiable appetite for wood and other cellulose-containing
materials. Given enough time, they will feed on the wood until nothing is left but a shell.
Quality Uses Termidor
#1 for a great number of reasons
No other termite control system of any type has ever achieved such a high level
of effectiveness. Quite simply, Termidor is the most effective and fastest Termiticide that eliminates termite populations.
Therefore, it is not surprising that millions of homeowners like you have made Termidor the #1 termite defense product in
What makes Termidor so unique? Here are just a few of the revolutionary attributes that set Termidor apart:
The only one to completely eliminate termites in all tests, in all locations.
Before Termidor was made available
to American homeowners through Termidor Certified Professionals, it was put through some of the toughest efficacy and environmental
tests in history. For 10+ years of testing, Termidor has been more effective against subterranean termites, including
Formosans, in even the most challenging situations, climates and environments.
When it comes
to getting rid of termites, nothing works quicker than Termidor.
Advanced undetectable technology
incorporates a revolutionary non-repellent or "undetectable" chemical technology. Therefore, termites cannot see, smell, taste
or avoid Termidor. Instead, they contact, ingest, and share it with their nest mates. In contrast, out-dated liquid termiticides,
form repellent barriers, which termites can penetrate, or avoid completely.
The "Transfer Effect™"
who contact Termidor transfer it to every other termite they in turn contact in a unique process called the "Transfer Effect."